CC Search arrives
It's called CC Search and is the new search engine, now available in beta, which allows you to find and download free images, texts and music on the web. Created on the initiative of the Creative Commons non profit group, CC Search is a useful tool for anyone looking for legitimate web content.
With this new tool, you can draw on non-copyrighted content on the Flickr platform and numerous digital archives, such as the Rijksmuseum, 500px, the New York Public Library and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Currently, you can search for Over 10 million images, but the number is expected to grow rapidly.
As Creative Commons CEO, Ryan Merkely explains, people need tools for storing and sharing works that are no longer available, and CC Search wants to offer a "front door" to access creativity, art, and To communal goods.
By creating your own account on Creative Commons, you can also create image galleries, add tags, save your favorite content, and have advanced search by searching for images by title, author, tag, and source.
After you use the platform, you can send suggestions and opinions via email and social network to improve its functions. For the future, the goal of the developers is to add to the project the entire collection of European digital library Europeana.